(A)   All public and private streets shall be designed in profile and grading and located to provide minimum sight line distances that will satisfy the requirements of one of the following:
      (1)   Ten feet for each mph of posted speed limit or of allowable speed; or
      (2)   State Department of Transportation standard for highways, driveways, and entrance rules.
   (B)   The measurement of sight line distances shall be from a point at a distance of ten feet from the edge of the travel way at a height of three and one-half feet above the level of the surface of the travel way to the top of an object four and one-quarter feet above the surface of the travel way.
   (C)   Intersections and curves. Where it is necessary to achieve minimum sight line distances at intersections for public streets and private streets or around curves for public streets and private streets, portions of the right-of-way as well as portions of abutting lots under the control of the applicant shall be cleared of all growth (except isolated trees) and obstructions above the level that is three feet higher than the center line of the public street. If directed by the Town Council or its designee, ground shall be excavated to achieve visibility.
(2011 Code, § 154.11) (Ord. 2007-02, passed 3-5-2007)